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Nupur Mehta files Rs 10 crore defamation case against The Sunday Times
The Bollywood starlet has sent a legal notice to the British daily in the match-fixing controversy
Jo Bole So Nihaal actor Nupur Mehta, who was embroiled in a match-fixing controversy after a report by The Sunday Times, London, has filed a civil and criminal defamation case of Rs 10 crore against the British daily. Nupur was little more than a nobody until her name was splashed around by the newspaper for dating Sri Lankan cricketer Tillakaratne Dilshan and participating in match-fixing. Click here to read more
Nupur Mehta chooses Virat Kohli over Shahrukh Khan!
The starlet would prefer to get a date with the cricketer than get involved in match-fixing, she told the show host Shekhar Suman
Nupur Mehta, the till-now-unheard-of Bollywood starlet, is suddenly trending on social networking sites and search engines. She has also hit the chat show circuit though she has no films to promote. The first show to get her on air was Movers & Shakers, hosted by Shekhar Suman. And the first thing she did was deny all the allegations against her regarding match-fixing. Click here to read more
Nupur Mehta: I can never think about match-fixing!
The Sunday Times in London alleges B-town starlet Nupur Mehta is involved in cricket match-fixing, which she has denied
Little known Bollywood actor Nupur Mehta Monday rubbished allegations of her involvement with match-fixing in international cricket and her role in luring Pakistani cricketers into throwing games. The Sunday Times claimed Sunday that tens of thousands of pounds were being offered to players to throw international matches. This included the World Cup semi-final between India and Pakistan last year. The paper carried a picture of the actor, with the face blurred, wearing a green sequin bikini. Click here to read more